Flashcards in NAVMED P-5010, CH 2 Deck (19):
Head to foot sleeping arrangements for occupants of adjacent beds to reduce potential of airborne disease unless curtains are installed at each bunk.
The use of polyurethane pillows aboard ship is prohibited.
Exceptions to guide dogs for the blind and military working dogs. No dogs , cats or similiar pets are allowed in berthing area.
Hot water must be at temps not to exceed 110 F in buildings with lundrey and showers.
Hot water must be delivered at temps not to exceed 100 F in buildings w/o laundry or showers.
Per NAVMED P 5010 4, pets are prohibited from swimming pool areas because of public health.
E1: 72 sq feet net living area; open bay; central bath.
E1-E4 "A"School: 72 sq feet net living area; semi-open bay; central bath.
E1-E4(other than recruits/A school: 90 sq ft net area, open bay, not more than four to a room, central bath.
E5-E6: 135 sq ft net living area; no more than two to a room; bath shared with not more than one other.
E7-E9: TAD 250 sq ft; private room; bath shared w/ not more than one other.
PCSed 270 sq ft; private room and bath.
Civilians, 03-010, 01-02, W1-W4 TAD: 250 sq ft; private room, bath shared w/ not more than one.
01-02, W1-W4 PCSed: 250 sq ft; sleeping/living room private bath.
03-010 PCSed: 400 sq ft private room kitchen
SECNAVINST 1640.9 requires a daily sanitation inspection by the brig staff/ weekly inspection by medical reps to ensure cleaning and maintenance is being carried out.
Barber shop and beauty shop employees must
maintain good personal hygiene when attending
patrons. Hands must be thoroughly washed with soap
and warm water:
(1) between patrons.
(2) after touching inanimate objects that are
likely to be contaminated.
(3) before leaving the shop.
Barber shops/beauty shops are not to be located
in food services or berthing areas.
Barber shops and
beauty shops may be located within BOQs and BEQs
and officer and enlisted clubs; a separate room is
Therapeutic practices, such as treating pimples,
ingrown hair, etc., are prohibited. The treatment of eye conditions is prohibited.
Neck dusters, shaving mugs, and lather brushes
Due to the theoretical possibility for the transmission
of bloodborne pathogens, e.g., Hepatitis B
Virus (HBV) and Human Immunodeficiency Virus
(HIV), the practice of shaving is no longer permitted in
Navy and Marine Corps barber shops and beauty shops.
Therefore, the use of razors or disposable razors is
When compressed air is used to remove hair
from patrons, the pressure must be 15 pounds per
square inch or less.
Only EPA-registered hospital (grade) and
tuberculocidal disinfectants or sanitizing agents are
approved for use in Navy and Marine Corps barber and
The label and Material
Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must be available to facility
employees and consulted for directions and information
concerning handling and use precautions.
Unless otherwise indicated by the label, all disinfecting
solutions must be changed at least weekly.
department representative (preventive medicine
service) will determine the frequency for changing
Formaldehyde cabinets and ultraviolet light are not
acceptable methods of disinfection in Navy and Marine
Corps barber shops and beauty shops
Serving patrons with inflamed or infectious
conditions of the scalp, face, or neck
without the written consent of the medical
officer is prohibited.
Each barbershop or beauty shop must
post a copy of these sanitary regulations in a
Laundry room floors must be cleaned at least once daily by dustless methods.
Sea water may be used by ships laundry when ship is outside the 50-fathom curve, or 25 miles from shore but never when the ship is in polluted water.
Unwashed clothes must never be received, sorted, marked, or handled in close proximity to washed clothes.
Articles to be laundered are exposed to hot water at 160 F containing alkalies, detergents, or chemical agents.
Hot air dryers are necessary steps when chlorine bleach is not included in the formulation. The CDC concures
Laundry water temps must me between 120 - 140 F.
Water hydrant stations on Campgrounds must have non-threaded, self closing faucets with in 150 feet of campsites.
"Refuse containers" must be located within 150 feet of any campsite.